The Boss' run at the Walter Kerr Theatre begins on Oct. 12. Tickets go on sale Aug. 30.
E Street sax man is coming to town in September, and Little Steven will be in Philly in October.
Tummy trouble in South Philly inspired one of Pink Floyd's best-known songs from "The Wall."
This bill is headlined by a version of the 2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame prog-rock inductees, featuring guitarist Steve Howe and drummer Alan White (but not singer Jon Anderson). It also includes a non-prog treat: Upper Darby's own should-be RRHOFer Todd Rundgren. Tuesday at the Tower Theater.
Not as acclaimed as it used to be, the Canadian rock band is felled by self-importance on its fifth album.
A new song from Kathryn Bigelow's "Detroit," a Stone alone, plus the 2nd Street fest, a classic ska band and guit-steel whiz Junior Brown.
The Rage and Rapture tour brings Shirley Manson and Debbie Harry's bands to Fairmount Park.
The Philly band has a fan in the knighted British piano man.
This four-song EP released on Jack White's Third Man label finds the roots-country songwriter - who debuted with last year's Midwest Farmer's Daughter - stretching out effectively. She'll be playing Aug. 12 at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden.
The "well-adjusted" off-kilter country singer is back in town, this time as a headliner.
More indoor rock scheduled for Friday in Camden, thanks to expected heavy rain.
Brit-rockers with an 'American Idol' singer, plus Scottish indie-pop, West Virginia rock and roll, Chuck Prophet, and Michael Robbins on the poetry of pop.
The Philadelphia rapper played a free pop-up show at the Fillmore to celebrate the release of his new album "Wins & Losses."
Canadian pop-punk band who sing hyper-catchy songs about pizza, skateboarding, and Kathie Lee & Hoda. Opening for Flatliners on Monday at the Boot & Saddle.
After a storm passed, Damon Albarn's cartoon band satisfied a Penn's Landing crowd on its first tour in seven years.
Michelle Zauner has used her music to explore her grief over the loss of her mother on last year's 'Psychopomp' and the new 'Soft Sounds From Another Planet.'
Dan DeLuca is an Inquirer pop music critic. But his "In the Mix" column in the Weekend section ventures further afield, into books, movies, TV, the Internet, graphic novels and anything you might call "popular culture."